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Surf museum owner pleads no contest to forgery


August 10, 2004 12:00 AM

NEWS-PRESS SENIOR WRITER

Surfing Museum owner James O'Mahoney has pleaded no contest to charges that he fraudulently gained a copyright to sell master works of famed nature photographer Josef Muench by forging the elderly artist's signature.



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